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Regional Arts Development Central West NSW

CASP STORIES: Artists of Cowra East make Architectural Interventions

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 In January three of the artists behind the Artists of Cowra East collective and project attended an Architectural Interventions workshop at the CORRIDOR Project.

Skills development was a big theme in CASP funded activities for 2024.
Artists of Cowra East’s Brenda Stace, Ken Hutchinson and Linda Chant relished the chance to work with @juanpablopintomeza @mavismaking from @caveurban and the 21 other participants as part of the ERTHWRX event.
“The workshop was about sharing architectural, engineering and building methodologies using endemic invasive species collected from site with local reed, cumbungi and western white cedar. The placed based activity was made possible by the extraordinary heft and puff through testing and exchange with x24 multidisciplinary artists, architects, engineers, builders, industrial designers, weavers, and art students.” – The CORRIDOR Project.
“The opportunity to meet other makers working in creative ways was a refreshing start to the year. All made possible by arts and cultural organisation the CORRIDOR project supported by a CASP grant through Arts OutWest and Inspiring Australia NSW” – Ken Hutchinson.
Who supported this?
@thecorridorprojectcowra , the Australian Government through Inspiring Australia NSW,
CASP grant – Arts OutWest and the NSW Government supporting – Brenda Stace, Ken Hutchinson and Linda Chant. @creatensw
The Country Arts Support Program (CASP) is a devolved funding program coordinated locally by the 15 regional arts development organisations in NSW on behalf of the NSW Government (Via Create NSW).
In 2024 eight arts activities across the NSW Central West will share $17,000 in CASP funding for small locally initiated arts activities. Learn more about CASP on the Arts OutWest website.
Images: Pictures from Brenda, Ken and Linda from their workshop experience/ supplied.